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  1. The Crimean War by Paul Kerr

    The Crimean War by Paul Kerr

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    Combining oral and visual history, this description of the Crimean War is compiled with the use of photographs and extracts from a considerable number of eye-witness accounts in the form of letters and diaries of military and civilian personnel on all sides of the conflict. Learn More
  2. Nelson: The Essential Hero by Ernle Bradford

    Nelson: The Essential Hero by Ernle Bradford

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    Horatio Nelson is considered by some to be one of the most inspiring and perplexing characters in history. In this biography of Horatio Nelson, Ernle Bradford discusses Nelson's own battles, but also looks at naval warfare of the period in general. Learn More
  3. Team Tornado: Life on a Front-line Squadron by John Peters

    Team Tornado: Life on a Front-line Squadron by John Peters

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    In "Tornado Down", John Peters and John Nichol told of their experiences as Iraqi prisoners of war in the Gulf. This book continues the story with their return to England and their subsequent life in an armed forces which is constantly evolving after the end of the Cold War. Learn More
  4. Accidental Warrior: In the Front Line from Normandy to Victory by Geoffrey Picot

    Accidental Warrior: In the Front Line from Normandy to Victory by Geoffrey Picot

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    An account of how a timid and unaggressive young man of 19 in 1939 was transformed by the inexorable pressures of World War II into a competent infantryman. The author served in two infantry battalions in the campaign in Europe from D-Day to VE Day, from Normandy to Germany. Learn More
  5. Day of Destiny by L. Keeney
  6. Nelson: The Essential Hero by Ernle Bradford

    Nelson: The Essential Hero by Ernle Bradford

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    Horatio Nelson is considered by some to be one of the most inspiring and perplexing characters in history. In this biography of Horatio Nelson, Ernle Bradford discusses Nelson's own battles, but also looks at naval warfare of the period in general. Learn More
  7. Commander John Kerans 1915-1985: Last Ac by Nigel Farndale

    Commander John Kerans 1915-1985: Last Ac by Nigel Farndale

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    In 1949 at the beginning of the Cold War, Cdr John Kerans was called upon by the Admiralty to go to the rescue of a naval frigate, HMS Amethyst. Nick Farndale captures the excitement that surrounded Keran's hour of glory, and the poignancy of his inevitable later fall from grace. Learn More
  8. The Railway Man by Eric Lomax

    The Railway Man by Eric Lomax

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    During the second world war Eric Lomax was forced to work on the notorious Burma-Siam Railway and was tortured by the Japanese for making a crude radio. Left emotionally scarred and unable to form normal relationships Lomax suffered for years until, with the help of his wife Patti and the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture. Learn More
  9. Gods of Metal by Eric Schlosser
  10. Churchill's Generals by John Keegan

    Churchill's Generals by John Keegan

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    John Keegan has assembled a cast of seventeen generals whose reputations were made (and some of them broken) by Churchill and the Second World War. Learn More

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